The Trump administration attempted to end the census count early but a judge has ruled against it. Diane talks about the twists and turns in the 2020 census with Andrew Whitby, author of "The Sum of the People: How the Census Has Shaped Nations, from the Ancient World to the Modern Age."
In 1999, with Detroit’s 88-year-old baseball stadium slated for destruction, journalist Tom Stanton determined to attend every one of the 81 remaining home games in the old park. He’ll talk about his longtime love of baseball and of his hometown stadium, and of the bittersweet achievement of meeting his goal.
- Tom Stanton Author of four books, including the memoir, "The Final Season."
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